Nasal high flow clears anatomical dead space in upper airway models

@inproceedings{Mller2015NasalHF,
  title={Nasal high flow clears anatomical dead space in upper airway models},
  author={Winfried M{\"o}ller and G{\"u}lnaz Çelik and Sheng Feng and Peter A. Bartenstein and Gabriele Meyer and Oliver Eickelberg and Otmar Schmid and Stanislav Tatkov},
  booktitle={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2015}
}
Recent studies showed that nasal high flow (NHF) with or without supplemental oxygen can assist ventilation of patients with chronic respiratory and sleep disorders. The hypothesis of this study was to test whether NHF can clear dead space in two different models of the upper nasal airways. The first was a simple tube model consisting of a nozzle to simulate the nasal valve area, connected to a cylindrical tube to simulate the nasal cavity. The second was a more complex anatomically… CONTINUE READING

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